Gunners pursue PSL promotion

HARARE - Gunners coach Kudakwashe Musaraure says his side will not take the foot off the pedal in their quest to gain Premiership promotion this season.

The World Navi Northern Region Division League division one leaders face ZRP Morris this afternoon at Lafarge Stadium hoping to stretch their lead at the top.

Gunners currently lead the table with 49 points, a mere point above second-placed Flame Lily.

“We told the boys not to underrate ZRP Morris, they are also playing well and we respect them,” Musaraure told the Daily News yesterday.

"The good thing is that we are not under any pressure, the league is a marathon so we just need to keep playing well and win our matches because it's points that matters at the end of the day.

“They are a good side and I know they are scoring a lot of goals. They are no pushovers. But we are always prepared for any challenge. We are also creating chances and scoring, which is a plus on our side.”

Gunners – now sponsored by Prophet Walter Magaya’s Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) ministries – find themselves in the second-tier league of Zimbabwean football five years after being crowned the country’s champions.

The Harare club, PSL champions back in 2009 under Moses Chunga’s stewardship, was relegated from the top-flight division at the end of the 2012 Castle Premiership season.


Ngezi Platinum v Commando, Bindura v DStv Rangers (Chipadze), Twalumba v Blue Swallows (Dzivarasekwa), Seven Flames v Mushowani  (Rufaro), Royal Classic v Flame Lilly (Tsungubvi), Gunners v ZRP Morris (Lafarge), Black Mambas v Starbill (Morris), DC Academy v Lakeharvest (Tomlison Depot), Karoi United v Chegutu (Chikangwe).

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